Alexander T. Nguyen

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The Personal Touch

You have probably heard of the Inuit who barred a stranger from using his hearth because the fire might only

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A Modest Proposal

The more things change, so goes a popular French proverb, the more they stay the same. Just ask Radcliffe College

Breaking News

Ordinary People

Deaths have explanations to fill the voids they leave. Suicides are different. The suicide of Chang H. Jo '00 before

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Two Truths and a Lie

For my first column, we'll play two rounds of an ice-breaker called "Two truths and a lie." Spot the lie

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It's a Consumer's World After All

Each semester, academic purists bewail the corrupted, materialistic attitude with which we Harvard students consume our education. In a world

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Blame Harvard for Cold Hearts

R ecruiting seniors who enter consulting or investment-banking are often charged to have somehow entered a Faustian contract and sold

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Equal Opportunity Fetishes

The rules of interracial dating are supposed to be like this: If white dates Asian, it's a "fetish." If white

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Marketing Diversity

I n October, the Asian American Association organized a debate between student leaders on the legitimacy of ethnic groups at

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Multicultural Student Center Needed

T o a large extent, much of the debate surrounding the multicultural student center since the late 1960s has been

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Time Management 101

H ere's a free time-management course for all of you reading this from the Alexander T. Nguyen School of Efficiency

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Panelists Say Time Has Come to Cut Military

Reducing the $265 billion U.S. military budget in favor of increasing funding for educational and other social programs is not

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Cambridge's Area Four: Poverty Tinged With Hope

From their vartage point in Harvard Square, many would consider Cambridge a city of affluence and majesty. Cambridge is home

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Racist Graffiti Stuns Mather

For the second time this year, racially offensive graffiti has appeared on a Mather Tower elevator door, triggering an advisory

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ESAC Demonstrates For Ethnic Studies

Members of the Ethnic Studies Action Committee (ESAC) mobilized yesterday to advocate cultural diversity and the creation of an ethnic

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Prof. Resigns From Cambridge University Press

A Harvard professor has resigned from the Cambridge University Press (CUP) editorial board after the organization withheld a book from

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Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

Awkward Eye Contact
Columns

Let’s Talk about Campus-Eye-Contact-Culture

Dictionary
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